LAS VEGAS, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Ennio Ponzetto, CEO of eCommLink, a leading value-added prepaid debit processor, will present this month at VRL's Prepaid Summit Europe 2010.
In his speech, Mr. Ponzetto will explore the potential for market specific, vertical prepaid programs in Europe. He will utilize real-world examples of card programs in the U.S. to demonstrate how vertical programs can expand the potential prepaid audience in Europe and increase return on investment.
"The European prepaid market in general, and the Italian market in particular, is primed for more rapid growth," says Ennio Ponzetto, CEO, eCommLink. "Making this a reality is going to require a shift in the ecosystem and a movement away from the homogenous general purpose cards offered today. There is a real opportunity for European companies to partner with U.S. providers who have experience with vertical solutions to accelerate this shift."
This year's conference will be held at the Hotel Principe Di Savoia on October 13 and October 14 in Milan, Italy. Mr. Ponzetto will deliver his presentation at 11:00 a.m. CEST on the 14th.
About eCommLink, Inc.
eCommLink, Inc. (www.ecommlink.com) enables program managers and financial institutions to maximize revenue from their prepaid debit programs. The Company's flexible prepaid processing platform, innovative features and industry experience allows clients to create customized prepaid programs for their specific markets or leverage eCommLink's Market Ready™ white label program for faster entry into the prepaid debit space. eCommLink supports the full array of prepaid debit programs, including general spend, payroll, teen, gift, travel, government and loyalty cards, while ensuring quality, security and time to market.
About the Conference
The Prepaid Summit Europe 2010 is a forum for financial institutions, retailers or industry suppliers to network and discover new ways to generate and increase customer satisfaction with prepaid products. The two-day event features round table discussions and key speakers by leading card associations and international prepaid providers.
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